it should still fix some issue All *.mode*, *.pbxuser, and *.perspective* files can be safely discarded without affecting project organization. These files are used by Xcode to track which documents are open, which windows are displayed, what their sizes are, and how your project appears. I ignore everything except for the project.pbxproj file when managing projects in version control. Since I use Subversion, I have the following line in ~/.subversion/config:
add files to xcodeproj from command line
By : xena
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps this ruby file should be useful in setting up a scriptable solution i've used it to edit build phases for a project from an automated script based on configuration
Drag and drop XCodeProj into another XCodeProj not giving me the option to copy
I wish this helpful for you There's some bad advice floating around out there that suggests you should add your .xcodeproj to your gitignore. This is one of the problems it causes. If you have done this, then you should remove it from your gitignore and check your .xcodeproj bundle into Git.
like below fixes the issue Iam using xcodeproj for adding a static library to my xcodeproject and iam getting an error in the new_file method the error is : normalize_source_tree': [Xcodeproj] Unrecognized source tree optionAuto` (RuntimeError) any help ? , Are you doing something like this?
What does it mean when .xcodeproj files are shown in red in Xcode?
By : MatMin
Date : October 10 2020, 02:00 PM
wish helps you This means that the reference to those two files has been lost. Someone moved or deleted them behind Xcode's back, and it no longer knows where they are.